Mark Bosnich Net Worth – $ 1.5 Million
|Amount of net worth||$ 1.5 Million|
|Born||13 January 1972|
|Height||6 Feet 1 inch|
|birth place||Liverpool , Australia|
PERSONAL DETAILS –
Mark John Bosnich is an Australian professional footballer, who played as a goalkeeper. He has played in England for Premier League clubs Aston Villa, Manchester United, and Chelsa. Bosnich was born and raised in Liverpool, New South Wales. He attended Casula Primary School and later Liverpool Boys High School.
Bosnich married for the first time in 1992, to an English woman , Lisa Hall. However, the marriage ended just three months later. However, the marriage ended just three months later. According to him, “We were in love but our marriage just didn’t work out. His second marriage was to Sarah Jarrett, in 1999. The marriage lasted only 14 months. Jarrett was pregnant at the time of the divorce, but she lost the baby soon afterwards, in the third month of pregnancy.
Bosnich is now a football expert, analyst and commentator for Fox sports football programmes. As part of this role, he co-hosted Bill & Boz which has since been cancelled. He also works as a player agent. Bosnich trains at Kostya Tszyu’s Boxing Academy in Rockdale . Bosnich lived with his parents in Fairfield when he returned to Australia and now lives in Woolloomooloo with his partner Sarah Johnes.
Bosnich played for Sydney Croatia youth team before moving to England. In 1989, at the age of 17, he joined Manchaster on a non-contract basis and made his debut for them in a First Division fixture against Wimbledon on 30 April 1990. A year later, Aston Villa brought him back to England and he established himself as one of the best goalkeepers in the Premier League during the 1990s.
Bosnich did not claim a regular place in the Aston Villa first team until the 1993- 94 season. . In the League Cup semi-final against Tranmere Rovers that season, he dramatically stopped three shots in a penalty shoot-out. He later admitted that he should have been sent off before extra-time began for fouling Tranmere’s John Alridge .
Villa would go on to win the final, against his former club, Manchester United. In March 1994 Bosnich saved two penalties against Tottenham Hotspur , one from Darren Anderton and one from Nick Barmby, to help secure a 1–1 draw. These were his 4th and 5th penalty saves from open play that season. 1994 – 95 was Bosnich’s 1st season as Villa’s first-choice goalkeeper, but it was a disappointing season for the club as they narrowly avoided relegation.
1996 – 2000-
In 1996, Bosnich was fined £1,000 and censured by the FA after he was found guilty of misconduct by upsetting fans of Tottenham Hotspur with a Nazi salute. Bosnich spent three more seasons at Villa Park before his contract expired and he joined Manchester United on a free transfer. He had played 207 times in 7 and 1/2 years with Villa.
Bosnich was signed for Manchester United in the 1999 close season as successor to Peter Schmeichel, signing on a free transfer after his contract at Villa Park expired. During the season, he picked up a Premier League title medal as United were crowned champions by an 18-point margin. That season Bosnich started 23 league games, Raimond van der Gouw started 11 and Massimo Taibi started 4. Highlights of this season were saving two penalties in January 2000; one from Necaxa’s Alex Aguinaga in the 2000 FIFA Club World Championship and the other from Middlesbrough’s Juninho. He also played a key role in Manchester United becoming the first English team to win the International Cup in keeping a clean sheet against Palmeiras of Brazil, in Tokyo.
The suspension scuppered a move to Bolton Wanderers in the newly introduced winter transfer window. Bosnich was keen on the idea of moving to the Reebok Stadium and the player’s agent admitted that dialogue had taken place but Sam Allardyce remained coy about his interest. In the autumn of 2004, he spurned an opportunity to return to football with League One side, Walsall, who were then managed by Paul Merson, who had played alongside Bosnich in his final season at Aston Villa.
Bosnich never played a first-team game for United after the arrival of Fabien Barthez, and on 18 January 2001 he signed for Chelsa on a free transfer. Problems with his fitness and injury meant his debut did not happen until the following season in a UEFA Cup tie against Hapoel Tel Aviv Bosnich was earning A$ 130,000-a-week at Chelsea.
In early 2007, former Chelsea teammate and QPR goalkeeping coach Ed de Goey gave him inspiration to come out of retirement. By July 2007, Bosnich started training at Queens Park Rangers’ training ground in an attempt to initially get fit, with the view to play professionally again. During the summer he lost 15 kg (33 lb) and claimed to have regained most of his reflexes. In September he kept a clean sheet in goal during a friendly behind closed doors against Barnet, which QPR won 2–0.
- Aston Villa ( 1993-94, 1995-96)
. Football League Cup ,Manchester United
. Premier League
. International Cup Oceania
. Footballer of the year
3. Australia (1997)
. FIFA Confederations Cup runner- up
.Oceania Footballer of the year
4. Individual (1997) . Oceania Footballer of the year